New Day is pleased to confirm our support for Pathfinders with a HK$50,000 grant made in June to cover a shortfall in the running costs of their shelter for migrant women and their babies.
PathFinders’ Cedar Shelter located in Kennedy Town is an existing shelter for mothers and their babies – having a maximum capacity of housing 5 mothers and their children. The shelter is within the Queen Mary Hospital catchment area as PathFinders would like to have their clients in close proximity to good medical care and facilities.
Update from 2017 HK Fund grantees – Teens Key and Splash
Splash Foundation has completed their build out of the Splash website that was funded through our HK Fund grant. The results are fantastic and the site is now interactive and allows for direct registration by migrant workers for the free swimming lessons.
Teens Key has experienced a year of growth and has attracted some promising new donors. Their outreach program that was funded by our HK Fund grant has made considerable progress and continues to be a vital way for them to reach the most vulnerable girls in need of help. You can read the report prepared for New Day here: Impact report_Teen’s Keypptx